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Japanese Classes: Fall 1999

Author:Author unknown, Issue: July 1999, Topic: Japanese language

The Tsukuba Information Center is offering language classes every Tuesday morning beginning in October and running through the end of March. The classes are free of charge, and will consist of a once-a-week, 2-hour class from 9:30 to 11:30 am. The classes will be divided into 3 levels: Introductory (for those with no previous study) and Beginner 1 (for those who can read hiragana and katakana and communicate with standard basic phrases), Beginner 2 (for those who can write hiragana and katakana and speak daily conversation).

Registration is from Sept 1 and is limited to 25 applicants for each class, first come first serve. To register, drop by the Tsukuba Information Center and fill out an application form. For more information, call 52-6789 and ask for Ms. Nishikawa or Ms. Nemoto. This will be a good opportunity to acquire some basic language skills while having fun. The class will also include a few special events, such as a potluck party and a bus tour.

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